Data from: Developmental plasticity of the stress response in female but not male guppies

Laura Chouinard-Thuly, Adam R. Reddon, Ioannis Leris, Ryan L. Earley & Simon M. Reader
To survive, animals must respond appropriately to stress. Stress responses are costly, so early-life experiences with potential stressors could adaptively tailor adult stress responses to local conditions. However, how multiple stressors influence the development of the stress response remains unclear, as is the role of sex. Trinidadian guppies (Poecilia reticulata) are small fish with extensive life history differences between the sexes and population variation in predation pressure and social density. We investigated how sex and...
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